Normally I donate custom model horses to model horse live shows, but this time around I figured a small herd of Fat Pony magnets might be more fun! 🙂
I’ve made donations for Big Orange Bash (Knoxville, TN) before and I’m more than happy to keep them hock deep in magnets or models. The show is a fund raiser for the Large Animal Clinic at the University of Tennessee’s College of Veterinary Medicine and if my silly little horses can help, how can I pass that up?
I went for a full fantasy herd this time around, in homage to my past donations, and tried to get as much variation as I could into the ranks. Part of this was because I was going to use the photos in the Etsy store, so two birds (err, 11 fat ponies) with one stone!
Make: Breyer Scale: Little Bits/Paddock Pals Mold: Unicorn Color: Brindle Springbok-ish Gallery: Unicorns Medium: Acrylics and Prismacolor Pencils Status: Painted 200? and Home Herd
This little guy is one of my favorite customs and he will never ever leave my home herd. He may be a bit rough in places, but Daydreams is what I picture when I think of wild unicorns—phooey on glowing white horses! Continue reading →
Make: Breyer Scale: Stablemate Mold: Mule (G2) Color: Tiger-striped Springbok-ish Medium: Acrylics Gallery: Unicorn Status: Painted 200? currently part of the Home Herd
This little precurser to Muleycorn was actually my first stab at customizing the G2 Mule mold. I only ended up painting a few of these during my customizing run… I just didn’t think the mold was very interesting, which amuses me highly since now I wish I had more of them! Continue reading →
Make: Breyer Scale: Stablemate Mold: Mule (G2) Color: Black Spotted (Mule) Gallery: Unicorn Medium: Epoxy and Acrylics Status: Painted 200? and Sold 200?
What can I say about this little guy… you had to be there? *grin* Muley was (I think) the third in the line of unicorn resculpts and I was starting to get the hang of things. I’m not sure what’s scarier, the fact that I actually have reference photos, or that this was technically my second Muleycon (Ripley’s Whimsy was the first).